We are seeking a knowledgeable, energetic, and efficient Finance Manager. KonaRed is small company undergoing major growth, so we need a candidate that thrives in a fast pace environment. This position will use accounting knowledge and business experience to maintain accurate ledger balances, accounts receivable, discount / promotional reconciliation, perform analysis change and implement processes and support business decisions.
This position will work under the leadership of the Corporate Controller. This position will play an important role in KonaRed's financial reporting process. KonaRed's corporate culture is a fun, fast-paced environment which requires the skill to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
Description of general duties:
- Process inventory purchases into Quickbooks; analyze inventory cost data and assist with cycle count/physical inventories
- Multiple inventory reconciliations amongst several geographic locations
- Heavy raw material and finished goods reconciliations
- Own accounts receivable process and collections
- Create tracking processes and own the promotions / discounts interaction with customers
- Invoicing of key large customers
- Build new product cost components and analyze COGS
- Review open POs and Sales Orders for accuracy and validity
- Prepare bank and credit card monthly reconciliations in a timely manner
- Prepare sales tax filings
- Fixed asset review and depreciation
- Balance sheet reconciliations
- Bachelor's degree in Accounting/Finance; or equivalent accounting training or experience. Accounting designation would be a plus.
- Proficiency in Quickbooks, Excel and Microsoft Office products
- Ability to apply knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles & Cost Accounting Standards * Ability to analyze and reconcile complex accounts
- Good written, verbal communication, time management, and collaborative skills
- Excellent analysis and problem solving skills with a strong attention to detail
- Ability to work independently under minimal supervision
- Experience in manufacturing bookkeeping would be an asset